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Old 07-17-2013, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default H4831 and hornady 105 bthp

Cant seem to find load data for this combination. Anyone have min. and max loads for this. Will be trying this in a savage 243. Any help would be greatly appreciated!



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Old 07-17-2013, 07:49 AM   #2
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Cant seem to find load data for this combination. Anyone have min. and max loads for this. Will be trying this in a savage 243. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I can't find one for the BTHP, but I've got one for an A-max of the same weight. I don't really see it being all to different at all. The minimum listed is 38.0grns and the max is 41.0grns.


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Thanks for the info kaido. Not sure this bullet is going to shoot well with the twist rate in this rifle. Sure going to give it a try though.

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Thanks for the info kaido. Not sure this bullet is going to shoot well with the twist rate in this rifle. Sure going to give it a try though.
Not a problem. But yeah, I'd justice it a try. A lot of stuff I thought wouldn't work to well with the twist of a 770, but I was surprised when I gave it a whirl. So far 80, 87, and 100grn all work with good results.
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Lots of data on the Hodgdon web site.
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As Ctop has pointed out, there is plenty of data on Hodgdon's web site. Note, their data is the same for the 105gr A-Max as it is for the 107 Sierra.

http://data.hodgdon.com/cartridge_load.asp



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